Apple and Google started a collab, Boris Johnson is fighting COVID-19 and the first supermoon of 2020 lighted up the sky. Have you been paying attention to what's going on around the world?
Take our quiz to see how many of these questions you can get right and what you might have missed.
How many Americans have filed for unemployment benefits in the last three weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic?
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Which of the following European countries has not ordered any coronavirus lockdown as of April 11?
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The World Health Organization is partnering with Global Citizen and pop star Lady Gaga to organize a benefit concert on April 18 called "One World: Together At Home." Many have called the event this generation's "Live Aid," which was a benefit concert held simultaneously in London and Philadelphia to raise funds for Ethiopian famine relief. In which year was "Live Aid" held?
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized on April 5 for "persistent symptoms" of COVID-19. What's his latest condition on April 11?
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Apple and Google announced they are building a coronavirus tracking system into iOS and Android operating systems. What technology does this system employ to establish a voluntary contact-tracing network to notify users if they've been in close contact with an infected person?
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The largest and brightest supermoon of 2020 rose in the sky on April 8. What is this supermoon also known as?
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What percentage of Americans think the federal government has done a poor job preventing the coronavirus spread according to the latest CNN poll out this week?